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The End of the Celebrity Pastor

Throughout church history there have been prominent pastors and church leaders who have significantly impacted their local communities, ultimately influencing large sections of the global

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Episode 61: How To Pick Your Sermon Series

On this episode of the Older Pastor/Younger Pastor Podcast, Dave and Ryan discuss the topic of picking a sermon series.  

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Big Plate Leader, Small Plate Leader, It Doesn’t Matter?

“We only want big plate leaders here,” was the catch cry on the staff team and the defining principle for ministry success at the …

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Episode 60: To the Young Enthusiastic Aspiring Pastor

On this episode of the Older Pastor/Younger Pastor Podcast, Dave and Ryan discuss their early days in pursuit of ministry and then provide helpful insight …

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What is Your Clarion Call?

“Rabble, rabble, rabble!” The mob shouts and rabbles about…? What? No one really knows; it’s a bit muddy right? When I trained for civil …

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Episode 59: The Pastor’s Struggle – Balancing Ministry & Seminary

On this episode of the Older Pastor/Younger Pastor Podcast, Dave and Ryan discuss the struggle that many pastors face in trying to balance ministry responsibilities …

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Your Sunday Morning Routine

Every seven days, Sunday morning has a pesky habit of rolling around again. In fact, I write this on a Sunday morning having just …

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